The Best Western Plus Manor Hotel Meriden
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... do with money and power--yes, I can see the point), we had an unexpectedly stimulating afternoon.
We may well go back to a proper meeting one Sunday.
Another attraction is that the Bakers Arms is just round the corner.
Good cider and OK Ploughman's but we'll have to try out the Sunday roast before the final verdict.
Thirdly, there are the walkers kitted out in typical walking gear, sometimes with sticks.
This group though can be deceptive ...
2 days to go!
Paul reckons he is all packed. Ian and myself have got our stuff ready to be packed.
Early start on Tuesday morning will see us meeting for a cooked breakfast at a Bistro in Chadsmoor (Cafe really), so we will be looking for somewhere we can see the bikes!
The weather these last few days has been very sunny and warm. Let's just hope it continues on into next week and ...
... Man is a movie not easily forgotten.
Down below, surrounded by a very precarious kind of natural amphitheatre were the games proper—the obstacle course, sack race, picture game (too complicated to even try to explain) and the piece de resistance, the shin-kicking competition.
As the energetic MC drew the festivities to a conclusion, I was relieved to discover the actual function of that huge straw thing. It was a kind of ancient torch ...
We continued our journey going inland to the middle of England. We ended up in the small village of Meridien, known as the Cenre of England, (though technically with satellite pinpointing it is not quite the middle). It is a very quaint little village.
We stayed in a picturesque campsite with squirrels and birds galore. While sitting out on the grass having a drink in the sun I turned around to see a squirrel going under ...
... have sat there for ages. It the river cruise was on the list. We walk past the carnival rides and side shows there for mop day which is held every 10th October and is a time when traditionally workers wore a mop or sprig on their clothing indicating their work specialty such as a small spray of reeds for a thatcher or a clump of wool for a spinner or weaver. Employers would come to the market area where Medieval Carnies had set up, talk to the ...